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obama dice que espera ideas para evitar precipicio fiscal . >> invito a líderes a la casa blanca para conversar . >> recortes parados para la clase media, elimina incertidumbre, republicanos piden negociaciones productivas, . >> aumentar impuestos hace más lento el trabajo . >> mejor aumentar ingresos con sistema tributario . >> si la economía crece es más fácil resolver la deuda . >> bajaría el déficit miles de millones el año fiscal 2013 pero recesecion y se perderian millones de empleo . >> puede tener tormrmenta perfea económica . >> el presidente barack obama dijo que el pueblo hablo que busca cooperacion de washington, no es claro si republicanos harán conseciones para que el país no pare al borde de un desastre económico . >> univisión . >> el presidente de guatemala , anuncio que se dará dinero para reconstruir poblados destruido por sismo , pide tps (temporary protection status) para guatemaltecos en estados unidos . >> los familiares que perdieron a ffamilias después del terremoto hacen funerales en medio de desconsuelo, no tiene a donde ir . >> lo que quiero q
presidente barack obama habla de precipicio fiscal . >> la emergencia en guatemala por sismo el presidente pide protección , y el alto a las deportaciones . >> thalia visita a mexicanos dañados por sandy . >> comenzamos . >> [♪ ♪] . >> este es su noticiero univisión edición nocturna . >> [♪ ♪] . >> buenas noches el director de la ci a y un general condecorado ,renuncio por investigación que encontró que le era infiel a su esposa . >> vamos con mmás, >> claro que si el fbi investiga la relación que puso en riesgo la seguridad nacional . >> adames investigaciones revelaron información clasificada . >> el fbi recibió información de que el tenía amorios con mujer que no era su esposa . >> encontraron que hablaba con mujer y tenía claras referencias sexuales . >> el general que pensaron que era bueno a la presidencia renuncio y sus razones que cayó como bomba . >> después de estar casado por 37 años, mostre una mala decisión . >> no se revela el nombre de la amante, pero si se investiga a una biografa que tuvo múltiples cargos . >> estuvo un año en afga
on this or will we find ourselves flying over the fiscal cliff? >> obama has several problems. one is he doesn't want to throw the country into a worse economy and he's already created. he will extend the tax cuts for another two years. exactly what he did two years ago. the cuts in spending from the sequestration -- those will take it back. that is good for the economy because it is the only spending restraint. gerri: some people don't think so. especially with iran right now in parts of the middle east up in flames. we slow down spending on defense, let me say that? >> first of all, it is a defense of the spendg increase. everyone knows there is a great deal that can be saved. we had their pensions that were saved. there is a lot that can and will be saved out of the budget. that is not his agenda. at the end of the day in the last election, he promised that he won't raise your taxes if you make less than $250,000 per year his promise, it is for one year only. he does have his tax increase for the rich people and he is still $7 trillion short. that is his goal. gerri: wow. i don't know where that c
.>> en su primer discurso al ser reelegido el presidente barack obama hablo de como evitar que el país caiga en problemas fiscales . >> pide al congreso recortes y aumetno de impuestos para la clase alta, tenemos más . >> en su primer discurso en la casa blanca el presidente barack obama dice que espera ideas para evitar precipicio fiscal . >> invito a líderes a la casa blanca para conversar . >> recortes parados para la clase media, elimina incertidumbre, republicanos piden negociaciones productivas, . >> aumentar impuestos hace más lento el trabajo . >> mejor aumentar ingresos con sistema tributario . >> si la economía crece es más fácil resolver la deuda . >> bajaría el déficit miles de millones el año fiscal 2013 pero recesecion y se perderian millones de empleo . >> puede tener tormenta perfecta económica . >> el presidente barack obama dijo que el pueblo hablo que busca cooperacion de washington, no es claro si republicanos harán conseciones para que el país no pare al borde de un desastre económico . >> univisión . >> el presidente de guatemala , anuncio que se da
to the doom of the fiscal cliff. today, president obama and [speaking spanish] ooh speaker of the house, john boehner are telling different stories. will they break the stalemate? for over 60,000 california foster children, the holidays can be an especially difficult time. everything's different now. sometimes i feel all alone. christmas used to be my favorite. i just don't expect anything. what if santa can't find me? to help, sleep train is holding a secret santa toy drive. bring your gift to any sleep train, and help keep the spirit of the holidays alive. not everyone can be a foster parent, but anyone can help a foster child. petraeus abruptly resigning after admitting to an extra-marital affair with his biographer. that's bad. but it gets worse. the resignation just days before general petraeus was set to testify at congressional hearings. coincidence? >> good evening, how are you? >> greta: i'm very well. congress pan, the affair, i mean, for the most part, i am trying to separate this out. it is a matter for general petraeus and his wife. but there is -- there is some parts of it that
are getting closer to the doom of the fiscal cliff. today, president obama and [speaking spanish] ooh speaker of the house, john boehner are telling different stories. will they break the stalemate? >> greta: late today, david petraeus abruptly resigning after admitting to an extra-marital affair with his biographer. that's bad. but it gets worse. the resignation just days before general petraeus was set to testify at congressional hearings. coincidence? >> good evening, how are you? >> greta: i'm very well. congress pan, the affair, i mean, for the most part, i am trying to separate this out. it is a matter for general petraeus and his wife. but there is -- there is some parts of it that do have an implication. one is whether or not it's a security breach and that it should have been picked up and turned over to the house intel commits and whether or not that could be used as blackmail against him. your thought, sir? >> well, even someone as lowly as an assistant u.s. attorney has to undergo a background check with very invasive questions and you are expected to tell the truth and you are as
extramarital, el fbi lo investiga, el presidente obama propone pacto a republicanos, para que el gobierno no caiga en un abismo fiscal que conducirÍa a otra recesiÓn, cacerolazo en argentina, miles protestaron fcorrupciÓn, e intuntos de reelecciÓn, y el presidente obama llorÓ al darle las gracias a trabajadores de campaÑa, veamos quÉ hay detrÁs de lÁgrimas de los polÍticos, comenzamos. ♪. ♪. >>> este es su "noticiero univisiÓn" con jorge ramos y marÍa elena salinas. >>> muy buenas noches, comenzamos el noticiero con la renuncia del director de la cia. el famoso general, conocido por estrategias de combate, renuncÓo por una relaciÓn extramatrimonial, no se confirma con quiÉn fue, el fbi lo estaba investigando, lleva 37 aÑos de casado, presentÓ su renuncia al presidente, y la aceptÓ, irma tiene la caÍda del que muchos consideran un hÉroe norteamericano. >>> la renuncia del general como director de la cia tomÓ por sorpresa a muchos, no solo por el hecho, sino por razones que dio para hacerlo, ayer en la tarde fui a la casa blanca, le pedÍ al presidente que me permit
. with the country set to hit the so-called fiscal cliff at year's end president obama and congress are seemingly committed to repeating their rhetoric and, perhaps, their mistakes as they ostensibly work toward avoiding the calamity of going over that fiscal clef. house speaker this morningade it clear. he thinks this is the president's moment, and he called upon the president to lead, and he called on the president to find middle ground between abitterly divided republican house and democratically controlled senate now, this is an opportunity for the president to lead. >> this is his moment to engage the congress and work toward a solution that can pass both chambers. and earlier this week the president and i had a short conversation. it was cordial. i think we both understand that trying to find a way to avert the fiscal cliff is important for our country. lou: the speaker also noted that when he came to agreements with the president in the past that he has had no problem, as he put it, getting legislation passed in the house. president obama, and his first public appearance since reelection i
known as the fiscal cliff. president obama and house speaker john boehner seem to be sticking to their guns, those old noncompromising my way or the highway type guns. >> i'm not going to ask students and seniors and middle class families to pay down the entire deficit while people like me making over $250,000 aren't asked to pay a dime more in taxes. i'm not going to do that. >> the problem with raising tax rates on the wealthiest americans is that more than half of them are small business owners. >> the president says he will reject any deal that does not include asking the wealthy to pay more. that fiscal cliff is a combination of some automatic spending cuts and tax increases and economists say the country will be plunged into another recession if lawmakers don't do something by january 1st. mr. balm and speaker boehner are scheduled to meet at the white house next week. >>> because of that impending financial doom and gloom virginia's governor bob mcdonnell ordered state agencies to look into cutting their budgets by 4% and as reporter peggy fox explains, the same thing t
, the major developments of the day: president obama addressed the coming fiscal crisis for the first time since the election. he said again he won't accept a deal unless it includes higher taxes on the wealthy. retired general david petraeus resigned as director of the cia after acknowledging he'd had an extra-marital affair. and the u.s. supreme court agreed to hear a challenge to a landmark civil rights law, the voting rights act of 1965. and we have some dramatic photos of refugees fleeing syria online. hari sreenivasan tells us more. >> sreenivasan: they are images of the thousands of people who have escaped to turkey. watch our slideshow of refugees and turkish forces patrolling the border on the rundown. we have a follow-up to margaret warner's story about project orca, the romney campaign's massive get-out-the-vote effort. tre were sme gitch, ashe reports. find that on "the rundown." and jeff talks to a member of the broadway hit "war horse" about bringing to life a seven- foot puppet on stage every night. all that and more is on our web site, newshour.pbs.org. judy. >> woodruff: a
>> woodruff: president obama addressed the looming fiscal crisis for the first time since the election, and insisted once again he won't accept a deal unless it includes higher taxes on the wealthy. good evening. i'm judy woodruff. >> brown: and i'm jeffrey brown. on the newshour tonight, we'll have excerpts from the president's remarks, and our own debate on the economic challenges ahead with two senators, maryland democrat ben cardin and tennessee republican bob corker. >> woodruff: then, ray suarez has the latest on the surprise resignation of cia chief david petraeus after admitting to an extra-marital affair. >> brown: it's still cold and dark in many new jersey homes. special correspondent rick karr follows utility crews as they work to turn the electricity back on. >> access to these lines is quite difficult, cutting through peoples' backyards. you may come in one and cross four other yards just to get to your job site. >> woodruff: plus mark shields and david brooks analyze the week's news. that's all ahead on tonight's newshour.n >> major funding for the pbs newsh
, the fiscal cliff, jobs, china, education, they could define president obama's legacy and maybe immigration reform too. let's start at the top of that list. the most pressing issue, the fiscal cliff. you've seen the big picture, potentially the larges tax increase in history. here's what you will feel. your household tax bill will increase by $3500 on average. that's according to the nonpartisan tax policy center. $55 billion would be cut from defense spending. that will likely mean job cuts, slower production, not good for those connected to the defense industry. another $55 billion would be cut from things like education, food inspections and air travel. we've assembled cnn's best to pore over this. ali velshi, host of "your money" at 1:00 p.m. eastern. jessica yellin is the white house correspondent. lisa is the capitol hill correspondent for cnn radio. ali, you and i have been yelling from the rooftops about the fiscal cliff for months. the election is now out of the way so the rest of the world is beginning to get how serious this is. so people are now aware that deep cuts are coming a
romans. president obama won four more years. now it's about his legacy. standing in his way, an unnecessary fiscal disaster, the struggling labor market, a global economy that's slowing and the uncertain future of our children and grandchildren. dear mr. president, when it comes to this country's financial future, you've got four years and 4 major tasks. first, the fiscal cliff. there's no time to waste. on january 1, taxes rise and government spending is cut, sending not just us but potentially the world back into a recession. next on the list, jobs. hiring is picking up, but we must do better. the middle class has been hit hard. its wealth fell 28% in the last decade. why? >> changes that were taking place in china. >> some emerging markets like china. >> china needs the united states. >> mostly by keeping its currency low, china can sell products for less than they're worth, making it hard for american companies to compete. that means fewer jobs and lower wages here in the u.s. we need a smart trade policy that protects american workers without hurting american businesses
of your tweets throughout the day. >>> the other big story out of washington this morning, president obama says he's committed to working with congress to avoid the so-called fiscal cliff. but at the same time, the president appears to be standing his ground on tax hikes for the wealthy, as part of his plan. >> i'm not going to ask students and seniors and middle-class families to pay down the entire deficit while people like me, making over $250,000, aren't asked to pay a dime more in taxes. i'm not going to do that. >> house speaker john boehner is also standing his ground, speaking ahead of the president friday. the speaker says he remains unwilling to raise taxes on upper income earners. >> everyone wants to get our economy moving again. everyone wants to get more americans back to work again. raising tax rates will slow down our ability to create the jobs that everyone says they want. >> joining me now, white house correspondent for the hill, amie parnes and "washington post" congressional reporter ed o'keefe. hi, you guys, good to see you both. let's talk fiscal cliff with you, start
winning campaign, president obama issued a warning ahead of the coming fiscal fight with republicans. >> i refuse to accept any approach that isn't balanced. and on tuesday night we found out that the majority of americans agree with my approach. >> reporter: that approach means making the wealthy pay more in taxes. a vow the president made repeatedly in the campaign. but republican house speaker john boehner, appearing earlier in the day, said it won't happen on his watch. >> raising tax rates will slow down our ability to create the jobs that everyone says they want. >> reporter: it is the key sticking point. and if it can't be resolved by the end of the year, the nation heads over the so-called fiscal cliff. a combination of expiring tax cuts, costing the average household almost $3500 in higher taxes next year. and deep cuts to both domestic and defense spending. combined, analysts say it would mean slower economic growth, and a soaring jobless rate next year. since the election, both sides have signaled they're willing to bend. >> i'm not wedded to every detail of my plan. i'm open to
one? the fiscal cliff and jarrad per se. by maryland may fall further than most states. >> president obama officially won reelection earlier this week without florida. now four days later, the results in the state are in. the state finally finished counting their votes today. declared president obama the winner. florida election officials say the president can read 50% of the vote. governor romney had 49.1%. the president did have enough electoral votes to win reelection tuesday night without florida but with florida, the president now officially has 332 electoral votes to romney's 206. we are learning more about the departure of cia director david petraeus. the retired general resigned after publicly admitting to an extramarital affair. >> the sudden fall of cia chief david petraeus has washington asking how and why. and the woman suddenly in the spotlight, is not saying. back in january, she was promoting her book on the general. >> he loves the agency. i think it is a great place for him. >> she is an army reserve officer in that close access to the cia director. federal agents ar
the fiscal cliff today. so far, there's not much evidence of bipartisan ship and cooperation. president obama talked about the issue in his first post-election public appearance. >> i'm not going to ask students and seniors and middle class families to pay down the entire deaf sit while people like me making over $250,000 aren't asked to pay a dime more in taxes. >> republicans say they won't budge on taxes unless democrats agree to cut the cost of social security and medicare by raising the minimum age of eligibility. the president will host a meeting with both party frs next week. >> the president's inauguration is still months away. but hotels rooms in this town are filling up fast. and rest rant reservations are awfully hard to come by. shomari stone to tell us how local businesses are cashing are. >> reporter: local businesses are cashing in and you would think the inauguration was next weekend. a lot of folks are kpielted. hotels and restaurants are booking with reservations and a lot of folks tell me they plan on going to the inauguration and some locals are cashing in with their condo
. >> president obama is going to into the fiscal cliff with a strong hand. >> i'm not set on every detail of my plan. i won't ask seniors and middle class families to pay down the entire deficit while people like me taking over $250,000 aren't asked to pay a dime more in taxes. >> the market rebounded today, but investigators worried that washington won't be able to hammer out a deal in time. all three major indexes were down more than 2% for the week. >> set transday is sunday -- veterans day is sunday. we look at a big problem they face when they come back from war, how to use their civilian skills in the -- how to use their military skills in in the civilian world. >> this is basic training like no other for this man. the business student could be an entrepreneur by sunday night. >> it's gate to see the companies in the silicon valley supporting us. >> reporter: this 3-day event going on in san francisco is hosted by vets in tech. they train veterans returning from iraq and afghanistan. >> we want to teach design, marketing, how to write a business plan, how to do a presentation. there's so
crisis. 52 days now until the so-called fiscal cliff. mr. obama and house speaker john boehner laid out their new positions, which sound a lot like their old positions. the president says he will be flexible to a point. >> i refuse to accept any approach that isn't balanced. i am not going to ask students and seniors and middle class families to pay down the entire deficit while people like me making over $250,000 aren't asked to pay a dime more in taxes. >> the problem with raising tax rates on the wealthiest americans is that more than half of them are small business owners. >> republicans say they won't budge on taxes unless democrats bring to cut the costs of social security and medicare, starting with the raising the minimum ages to qualify. >>> with the showdown looming over whether the police department guess into receivership, oakland is urging a middle ground. ever since 2000 where there was rampant police corruption, the department has been threatened with a federal takeover unless reforms were implemented. now with a december court date, the city is bracing for a possible tak
the reason why it was both a fiscal cliff and obama is this -- let me make this point. the worst-case scenario came out with a narrow victory. republicans keeping the house and guess what isn't democrats picking up a couple of eats in the season, they are emboldened without this mandate. so the republicans may say,ve a. democrats say, you don't have a mandate. you are at loggerheads, that's what the market said on wednesday. >> it was an election selloff. the one thing this the republicans have to get the message out, cutting government spending is good for the economy, it is not bad for the economy. >> exactly. >> if we can get some cut, that will drive up -- [overlapping dialogue] >> we have to -- we have to throald their feet to the fire. that's all we have time for this evening. than
threatened to pull long island authority franchise. coming up live from staten island president obama will meet with congressional leaders. trying to avoid a fiscal cliff. we'll look at that and more in a moment. stay with us. . >> fears of the fiscal cliff smacking stocks this week and comes as we fiped out the average balance of a 401 account is record high. what should people do to protect themselves from this? >> doing what i am doing lately. i am putting it percentage wise in cash. more americans are saving because they are scared of what is going to happen. bad for the short-term economy. captital gains and dividends tax is raised it will be bad for the stock market. >> investors will be discouraged from paying in to the stocks especially those with the dividends. >> as stupid as congress is. they have to do something about it and reach across the aisle and eventually find a solution for this. john makes a point about this in the sense that there is it of course in a 401 k your cash does grow without taxes and sooner or later it is taxes. >> the point you are making is good. you
biographer -- alled affair with his biographer. >> the fiscal cliff countdown, president obama warns congress act or else the united states will see tax hikes, job losses, even a double dip recession. >> new information about a teenager accused of beating and robbing an elderly woman, what helped police track him down and what he told detectives after his arrest. thanks for joining us tonight. i'm shawn yancy. >> i'm will thomas. >>> we begin with david petraeus stepping down in disgrace. >> fox news has learned the cia director resigned after an fbi investigation revealed the retired four star general was having an fair with his biographer. fox 5's maureen umeh has the story. >> paula broadwell wrote general petraeus' biography. initially the fbi thought petraeus may have been a victim but so far there's been no evidence to back up that concern. cia director general david petraeus step down after 14 months on the job offering president obama his resignation on thursday. it was accepted today. general petraeus said in a statement to the cia workforce, "after being married for over 37 years i
. >> you're welcome. melissa: up next, president obama throws down the gauntlet on the fiscal cliff today, promising to veto any ddals not raising taxes on the wealthy. so there. is it all talk and no walk? we're going to find out. >>> plus, full steam ahead for health care reform. some states have a critical decision to make. we're going to explain. "piles of money", lots of taxes, coming up. ♪ can ♪ . melissa: so president obama and house speaker boehner both saying that all our lawmakers need to put their differences aside and work across the aisle to prevent us from falling off the fiscal cliff. i don't know. sounds like a lot of talk to me. remains to be seen whether both sides can really work together and if the partisan bickering will go on and lead us straight over the edge here for more on this one, there you go, that's how much time we have, dennis kelleher, ceo of financial watchdog organization, better markets. what's going happen? >> happy friday, melissa. melissa: yes. >> you know what i think will happen have appearance of lot of partisan bickering just under the surfac
can come to some sort of agreement. in his first public speech post- election how president obama addressed the "fiscal cliff" crisis. >> and facing such a severe gas shortage, how drivers in new york city are being forced to follow an odd new rule. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, of the c-i-a. tonigh >>> and now at 6:30, he led military campaigns in iraq and afghanistan and became head of the cia. tonight, general david petraeus steps down after admitting to having an affair. petraeus called his behavior unacceptable as the leader of the spy agency. cbs reporter tara mergener in washington where the resignation has shocked the intelligence community as well as top political leaders. tara. >> reporter: indeed. good evening, allen. yes, petraeus' resignation absolutely came as a shock here in washington ending the long career of a well respected and very high-profile public servant. cia director david petraeus submitted a letter of resignation to president obama admitting he had an extramarital affair. the president accepted his resignation. petraeus who has been married for 37 years says h
of the shooter or the get away car. >>> president obama addressed the so called fiscal cliff today in his first public comment since election night. he said that he is open to compromise but as nicole collins reports he also laid down one major condition. >> i refuse to accept any approach that isn't balanced. >> reporter: president obama drawing a line on the sand saying any agreement on deficit reduction must include tax increases on the wealthy. >> we have to combine -- i'm open to compromise. i'm open to new ideas. >> reporter: house speaker john boehner reiterating his plan. the speaker saying he's unwilling to raise taxes but is open to new revenue by eliminating some tax deductions and loopholes. >> by lowering rates and cleaning up the tax code we know we're going to get more economic growth. it'll bring jobs back to america. it'll bring more revenue. >> reporter: with their starting points for negotiations defined both parties agree a deal must be reached or the economy will fall back into recession. >> i was encouraged to hear speaker boehner agree that tax and revenue is a priority.
. >> switching gears. days after reelection and talk of common ground with the gop to avoid the fiscal cliff. president obama isad odds with speaker boehner. am they be stuck in the same preelection grid lock. joining us is senior advisor to senator harry reed reed. and spokes man for boehner. welcome and glad to center you on board. start off with the situation with the president speaking out and saying as far as he is concerned wealthy americans will pay higher taxes and that ended with his reelection and he believes that voters validated his effort to make it happen. speaker boehner said raising taxes are unacceptable. >> you are seeing the classic positions and everybody wants to make sure they speak for their constitients. and they want to make they are addressing the concerns. what we will see next week a call for the president for the leadership to go down to the white house. there is not that much time. we have a fiscal looming cliff at the end of the year. hopefully we can get both sides to come to the right. >> it is important for the president to not be intransient. the stock mark
in his position through president obama's inauguration next year to help with fiscal cliff negotiations. but geithner has said he will not stick around for the rest of the president's second term. treasury secretary is a demanding job and a key assignment in the upcoming negotiations over tax reform and budget cuts. darren gersh details the likely candidates for treasury secretary. >> reporter: jack lew is the name most-mentioned to replace tim geithner at treasury and he is by far considered the man to beat. lew was twice head of the office of management and budget and he's now the president's chief of staff. >> he is an incredibly hard worker. he is very bright. he has a very deep experience base. he is extremely honest. if you are negotiating with him, you will get nothing but the truth and you can take that to the bank. all those things, you put them together it's not the most common package in washington. >> reporter: republicans are wary of lew, believing he bested them in budget negotiations last year. but the president trusts him and his pick would be a sign of just how importan
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